DSS

CDSS - CLINICAL DECISION SUPPORT SOFTWARE

A properly designed DSS is an interactive software-based system intended to help decision makers compile useful information from a combination of raw data, documents, and personal knowledge, or business models to identify and solve problems and make decisions.

A clinical decision support system (CDSS) is an application that analyzes data to help healthcare providers make clinical decisions. A CDSS is an adaptation of the decision support system commonly used to support business management.

Physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals use a CDSS to prepare a diagnosis and to review the diagnosis as a means of improving the final result.

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Technology Partners who offer such technology:

 

Alcidion offers Clinical Decision Support Systems – built on an intelligent Health Informatics Platform

Alcidion provides intelligent Health Informatics technology that empowers healthcare professionals with Clinical Decision Support Systems to ensure the highest quality of care for their patients.

Alcidion is a leading provider of intelligent informatics for high performance healthcare that empowers clinicians with decision support tools to ensure the highest quality of care for their patients. By providing clinicians with decision support tools and making recommendations about patient care, patient flow and patient safety, organisational efficiency may be optimised and key clinical risks eliminated.

Alcidion’s solutions target key problems for Emergency Rooms, Inpatient Services and Outpatient Departments and are built upon a next generation health informatics platform, which incorporates an intelligent EMR, Clinical Decision Support Engine & Electronic Smartforms.

 Mitigate risks and streamline your outpatient department using Miya.

 https://www.alcidion.com.au/

 

 

 


   
 
 
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